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Financial Wellness

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Improving your financial health

Understanding how to make money management easier, read a credit report, reduce financial stress, the steps for buying a home or what to do when you experience identity theft are a handful of topics you can learn more about. There are multiple ways to learn:

  • Interactive tutorials
  • Videos
  • Personal consultation
  • In-person workshop (for groups of 10+)
  • Articles
  • Calculators
  • Much, much more

Financial Wellness Options

BALANCE Financial Fitness

Receive free financial assistance from BALANCE’s counselors who are experts in the field of personal finance and credit.

Program Offerings

  • General money management
  • Goal setting
  • Spending and savings plans
  • Credit report review and education
  • Debt management
  • Buying your first home

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Everfi Financial Education

Explore self-guided interactive tutorials to drive greater financial understanding while working through real-life scenarios.

Program Offerings

  • Credit scores and reports
  • Building emergency savings
  • Budgeting tool
  • Considering homeownership
  • Estate planning
  • Retirement Planning

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WSECU Financial Wellness Workshops

WSECU financial education experts will bring workshops to your organization (groups of 10 or more) free of charge.

Program Offerings

  • Credit Reporting 101
  • Education Payoff
  • Emergency Financial First Aid Kit
  • Financial Stress Management
  • Identity Theft
  • Scams, Shams and Your Money Matters

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How to

How to Get a Free Credit Report

It’s important to stay on top of your credit – did you know you’re entitled to one free credit report from Experian, TransUnion and Equifax every 12 months?
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Home Budget Analysis Calculator

One of the most important aspects of controlling your budget is to determine where your money is going. This calculator helps you do just that. By entering your income and monthly expenditures, you can see how much you have left to save and where your money is being spent.

Emergency Savings Calculator

Having adequate emergency savings can make unforeseen unemployment, auto repairs, medical emergencies, property damage and even legal issues more manageable. With adequate emergency savings, you can focus on how to best meet your family's needs, rather than worrying about finding the money to handle these difficult situations.

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